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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-02-2003, 09:27 PM
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Transmission Seals

Just found a replacement transmission for my '94, before I put it in, I like to replace the front and rear oil seals. Anybody know a source for these, my Suzuki dealership says they no longer support the Samurai and the Autozone guy laughed at me. Another question, anybody have any experience with the synthetic lubricants? I run Castrol Syntec in the engine and I love it, my oil pressure after two hours on the interstate is 60 psi.
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Re: Transmission Seals

Some of the Suzuki vendors have them , or try Suzuki John ...
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Re: Transmission Seals

You can get the seals from here... http://www.hawksuzukiparts.com/ I got mine in the mail today and they are only like $5-6 apiece.....Just call them up and tell them what ya need [img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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Hey Oldie...

www.petroworks.com got 'em in stock
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Re: Transmission Seals

i run amsoil in mine; front and rear difs, transmission, transfer case and the motor once i get it broke in. amsoil was the first company to market synthetic oil for automotive use.
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